Chicago Cab Jumps Curb and Injures Pedestrians near Union Station

May 29, 2008

The driver of a taxi cab injured three pedestrians outside of Chicago' Union Station Thursday morning. According to the Chicago Tribune, witnesses say the crash occurred during a heated argument between two cab drivers.

The crash occurred around 8:00 AM near the intersection of Adams and Canal streets. According to one witness, the cab driver attempted get out of his vehicle while arguing with another cab driver when his car lurched backwards, up the curb and into a lamppost. The auto crash happened during the height of rush hour traffic.

Two of the three pedestrians reportedly sustained serious injuries and were taken to local Chicago hospitals. The cab driver sustained injuries to his leg, which was apparently dangling out when he lost control and struck the lamp post. Police indicated none of the injuries were life threatening.

Posted by Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer Jason M. Kroot of Kroot Law

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